Cacio e pepe has ancient origins which, like many dishes of Roman cuisine, has to do with the long journeys of Roman shepherds.
Tradition suggests spaghetti as an ideal cut for cheese and pepper but, as we well know, there are many varieties and innovations behind each dish
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Pesto Genovese is one of the greatest Italian food and wine excellences, we are used to seeing the shelves of supermarkets all over the world with these green jars, but it is fair to know that what we find in the supermarket, unfortunately, is not the real pesto Genovese.
If you check most of the labels well, especially those of the cheapest products, you will find written: "Pesto alla Genovese" or "Pesto Ligure" and not Pesto Genovese, this difference in the name allows us to easily understand that the product we are buying or that we intend to buy is not the authentic Genovese pesto.
In this video recipe, we take the best artisanal made in Italy products in order to make delicious pasta that combines the flavors of Campania, Puglia, and Umbria.
Here is the shopping list: Pasta, Pork Cheek, Yellow Tomatoes, Neapolitan Tarallo and Don Carlo Cheese.
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Pistachio is an ingredient that goes perfectly with a wide variety of ingredients. Last time we saw a great classic of Pasta with Pistachio Pesto, and in fact, we can say that the Pistachio is Mortadella like spaghetti with tomato - a perfect couple. Today, instead, we want to push ourselves a bit and we want to combine our Pistachio pesto with tuna, for a Sicilian and new Sicilian combo.
Let's see in detail what we need, ready?